Micro 4/3 Hello Darkness my Old Friend

Luckypenguin

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Dec 24, 2010
Brisbane, Australia
Nic
Compared to the current state-of-the-art that seemed like such an unforgiving sensor at times, but still compelling. The "unmeasurable" component of image quality, I think.
 

Lili

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Oct 17, 2010
Dallas, TX
Lili
Compared to the current state-of-the-art that seemed like such an unforgiving sensor at times, but still compelling. The "unmeasurable" component of image quality, I think.
That is indeed why I love B&W with it. in many ways it draws like my GRD first gen.
 

Luckypenguin

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Dec 24, 2010
Brisbane, Australia
Nic
Not quite, the E-510 had a 10mp sensor. It was the second version of the Panasonic "Live MOS" sensors (the first being the 7.5mp unit found in the E-330 and L1). IIRC, the E-P1 had more DR than the E-510! The E-510 was the last model to come out before Olympus went through a brief phase of employing heavier AA-filters in their cameras.
 

Lili

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Oct 17, 2010
Dallas, TX
Lili
Not quite, the E-510 had a 10mp sensor. It was the second version of the Panasonic "Live MOS" sensors (the first being the 7.5mp unit found in the E-330 and L1). IIRC, the E-P1 had more DR than the E-510! The E-510 was the last model to come out before Olympus went through a brief phase of employing heavier AA-filters in their cameras.
The light AA filter is likely part of the reason I enjoy this camera so.
 

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